JAPAN: Cherokee brand to launch at Nishimatsuya stores
By Leonie Barrie | 16 December 2011
The Cherokee clothing brand is launching exclusively at Japanese specialty children's retailer Nishimatsuya Chain Co Ltd next week, as part of the US-based company's global growth plans.
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